Powerful explosions destroy many Western tanks and armored vehicles that have just arrived in Ukraine VIDEO

Powerful explosions destroy many Western tanks and armored vehicles that have just arrived in Ukraine VIDEO
Powerful explosions destroy many Western tanks and armored vehicles that have just arrived in Ukraine VIDEO

The drones attacked Novomoskovsk, where a large railway junction was hit, where a few hours earlier a train of Western machines, most likely Leopard 2 tanks transferred from Poland, had arrived

Novomoskovsk, UkraineMarch 18, 2023, 4:40 p.m 38602 read 36 comments

This night on the territory of the Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine, numerous strikes were carried out with the help of unmanned aerial vehicles, world media reports.

The drones attacked the settlement of Novomoskovsk, where a major railway junction was hit, where a train loaded with Western armored vehicles and most likely Leopard 2 tanks transferred from Poland arrived a few hours before the massive attack.

Videos shot by local residents show the aftermath of the strike. For obvious reasons, there is no question of hitting any object, because both the fire and the small explosions that followed it indicate that there may have been a detonation of ammunition.

Other footage shows the impact landing squarely on the railway junction, as seen by the railway tracks and traffic light located nearby.

Most likely, the armored equipment had already been unloaded and placed in warehouses, but such an unexpected strike was clearly a serious problem for the VSU, because if Western tanks were really destroyed, Ukraine would not be able to form tank battalions from Leopard 2 tanks. and acting as part of other divisions they would be of little effect.

Follow the latest news with BLITZ and on Telegram. Join the channel here

The article is in bulgaria

Tags: Powerful explosions destroy Western tanks armored vehicles arrived Ukraine VIDEO

PREV Su-35 is rubbish, F-16 is 30 years ahead of it
NEXT “Wagner” refreshes its ranks with 30,000 new fighters by May